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Having headaches, migraine that pulsates. On betacap. Take medicine without prescription?

hi, m having headaches/migrain in front (left mainly)...sometimes feels like its pulsating!!..i went to a physician..& he gave me BETACAP TR40 &SIBELLUM*10mg..., but i lost his priscribtion... SO PLZ TELL ME HOW TO TK MY MEDICIENS??...ALSO IS IT REALLY A MIGRAIN???....coz my doctors told me its coz of my age(28yrs)...and its usually happened in this age!!....
Asked On : Sat, 30 Jun 2012
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It seems from the history that you are having headache and diagnosed as migraine headache. You have been prescribed with betacap and sibelium tablets.

Migraine is one of the common primary headaches commonly seen in younger and middle age.
The treatment of the condition is by use of ergot alkaloids in acute phase. Prophylactic drugs like betacap, a beta blocker and sibelium, flunarizine are indicated to prevent recurrent attacks. Any of betacap or sibelium is indicated and the treatment is required for 3-6 months.

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